Introduction of the Kaguradan/
Since the early Meiji period, the Omori Kagura Troupe has been active since the beginning of the Meiji era with the dedication of the autumn festival (the third Saturday of October) of Omori Hachiman Shrine (Yuki-cho, Saeki-ku, Hiroshima), which is a Uji-jinja Shrine. We are proud to have kept the tradition of dedication except during disasters caused by typhoons. Also, in the process of seeking the possibilities of kagura, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to dedicate it to various events. While paying attention to the tradition of good old kagura, we would like to carry on the passion of seniors for kagura as a good tradition as a kagura group rooted in the community, and deliver Omori Kagura to everyone.
Name of Representative (Title)/Mitsuaki Motonishi (Leader)
Contact/email address email@example.com
When the Kaguradan was found/Early Meiji period
Number of members: 23
Holding programs/Shikata purification, Takiyashahime, Akukitsuneden, Momijigari, Moduhashi, Rashomon, Mt. Oe, Tenjinki, Yamaba, Nihon Takeru no Mikoto, Adachihara, Tsuchigumo, Minamoto no Yorimasa, Yagami hime, Jinrin, Ebisu, Yaga Dairoki
Local Shrine/ Omori Hachiman Shrine
Performance period at a local shrine/ 3rd Saturday in October
Past performances/30 times a year ~ Competitions, co-starring competitions, events, dedication kagura
Business trip kagura performance/ Yes
21-282 Imayama, Yuki-cho, Saeki-ku, Hiroshima-shi 738-0513
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